With a larger storage tank, the Vulcan Freeloader 170ltr takes it up a notch when it comes to reliability and durability. This hot water system fits the affordability of an entry level unit with more features.
The Vulcan Freeloader 170ltr has two anodes for versatility and it has a manufacturer warranty of 7 years for the tank. Labour and manufacturer parts are covered for 1 year.
Its performance is robust with a First Hour Capacity of 283 liters and Gas Consumption of 27 Mj/h. When empty, the Vulcan Freeloader 170ltr weighs 69 Kgs, and stands 1858 mm high. For its technical specifications, Cold Relief Valve Setting is 1200 Kpa while ECV Hot Relief Valve Setting is 1400 Kpa.
|First Hour Capacity||283 Litres|
|Gas Consumption||27.0 Mj/h|
|Weight (Empty)||69 Kgs|
|Manufacturers Tank Warranty (Domestic)||7 Years (1 Year Labour On Tank)|
|Manufacturers Parts & Labour Warranty (Domestic)||1 Year|
|Cold Relief Valve Setting||1200 Kpa|
|ECV Hot Relief Valve Setting||1400 Kpa|
|Link to Manufacturers Product Page||https://www.vulcan.com.au/downloads/PDF/Vulcan_Gas_Electric_Brochure.pdf|
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